Within the Park, the archaeological site of Saint Andrea, dating back to 6000 years ago, still has a dense network of structures that can be traced back to a settlement from the Neolithic period. These remains allowed for full-scale reconstruction - also within the Park - of some buildings set up with copies of artifacts found on site.
While the collection of artifacts on display inside the Anguissola Castle, home of the Museum, was born and grew thanks to the research activity in the area and illustrates the history of the ancient peopling of the middle and upper Trebbia Valley starting from the Paleolithic to the Middle Ages.
The promotional, archaeological and other activities carried out at the Park from April to November and at the Museum, which is open all year round, are aimed at a diverse audience: festivals, days, evenings and themed events (with workshops and demonstrations) of an educational, popular and entertaining nature that range from cultural, historical, archaeological, mythological to environmental, given the attention paid by the Cooperative to the naturalistic context in which the property is set.
Guided and themed visits to the Museum and Park.